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By Carol Butcher South Africa is not building the skills that the economy requires. “If we don’t get primary school right, secondary school isn’t where it should be, colleges are not right, universities are not right and

By Kerryn Kohl Trust, another one of those 4 letter words! Everyone talks about trust and focuses on strategies to build it. You know those types of articles, “5 steps to getting people to trust you”

By Carol Butcher Charles Darwin famously said: “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.” Indeed, these days, it is those organisations one

By Kerryn Kohl It is becoming essential that each of us develop our personal Digital Quotient or DQ. DQ is a term Mckinsey coined specifically referencing an organisations digital maturity. However, developing our personal set of

By Gaylin Jee We tend to grab onto the past and use it to design the future. It’s a profound failure of imagination. So say Stephen Gill and David Grebow. They add that the future is

By Kerryn Kohl We know it’s a trend, we’ve all said it, and it really does sound so cool… “Fail Fast” How many times in the last week have you said this “F-Word”? Increasingly corporate culture is learning to

By Gaylin Jee With rapid rates of technological advancement, we are more connected, networked and we have more tools at our disposal than ever before. We just have to dive in and explore what we need

By Carol Butcher Talent Talks hosted a breakfast at PwC Business School on 30th March. The guest speaker, Professor Peter Hawkins, Professor of Leadership, Henley Business School (UK) spoke on the topic: “Tomorrow’s worlds, tomorrow’s organisations.” The

By Kerryn Kohl -  We place so much focus on the “Team.” - on building High Performance Teams, Agile teams, Adaptive Teams, Innovative Teams - But the thing is Innovation, Agility, or even High Performance are

While many have been fast to embrace the benefits of technological change in their social and personal lives, there is often resistance when this change impacts jobs